Making Settler Colonial Space: Perspectives on Race, Place and Identity

Hardcover | June 15, 2010

EditorTracey Banivanua-Mar, Penelope Edmonds

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Charts the making of colonial spaces in settler colonies of the Pacific Rim during the last two centuries. Contributions journey through time, place and region, and piece together interwoven but discrete studies that illuminate transnational and local experiences - violent, ideological, and cultural - that produced settler-colonial space.

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Charts the making of colonial spaces in settler colonies of the Pacific Rim during the last two centuries. Contributions journey through time, place and region, and piece together interwoven but discrete studies that illuminate transnational and local experiences - violent, ideological, and cultural - that produced settler-colonial spa...

TRACEY BANIVANUA MAR  is an historian of Indigenous and colonial histories, particularly of the western Pacific and Australia, and she teaches at La Trobe University. She has published articles and edited collections and her recent book Violence and Colonial Dialogue (University of Hawaii Press, 2007) was shortlisted for two New South...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 8.59 × 5.75 × 0.86 inPublished:June 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230221793

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Table of Contents

Introduction--T.Banivanua Mar&--P.Edmonds
Guys Like Gauguin--S.Tusitala Marsh
PART I: APPROPRIATING EMPTINESS
Appropriating Space: Antarctic Imperialism and the Mentality of Settler Colonialism--A.Howkins
Never Mind Our Country is the Desert--E.Vincent
Carving Wilderness: National Parks and the Unsettling of Emptied Lands--T.Banivanua Mar
The Clay Maiden--S.Barford
PART II: FRONTIERS IN CADASTRAL AND URBANISING SPACES
Don't Read Under a Coconut Tree--S.Barford
Nervous Landscapes: Race and Space in Australia--D.Byrne
The Intimate Urbanising Frontier: Native Camps and Settler Colonialism's Violent Array of Spaces around Early Melbourne--P.Edmonds
Race, Greed, and Something More: The Erasure of Urban Indigenous Space in Early Twentieth-Century British Columbia--J.Barman
PART III: MAKING AND UNMAKING PLACES
Has the Whole Tribe Come Out From England?--S.Tusitala Marsh
The Politics of 'periodical counting': Race, Place and Identity in Southern New Zealand--A.Wanhalla
'Fantastic Dreaming': Ebenezer Mission as Moravian Utopia and Wotjobaluk Responses--J.Lydon
The Imagined Geographies of Settler Colonialism--L.Veracini
PART IV: THIRDSPACE AND MIDDLE GROUNDS
Acoustic Shadows--S.Barford
Patyegarang and William Dawes: the Space of Imagination--R.Gibson
Indigenous Spaces: Resisting Settler Colonialism--C.McKinnon
Indigeneity's Challenges to the Settler State: Decentring the 'imperial binary'--J.T.Johnson
Whakatangi--M.Strickson-Pua